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Leon Bailey is having a spectacular season with Bayer Leverkusen. And in England, half the Premiership wants him. City, Liverpool and United have all shown their interest, and now Everton has been added to the list.
It seems an agreement has been reached. Kai Havertz is determined to sign for Chelsea and the Londoners have finally got their way despite Bayer Leverkusen's reluctance. They have reportedly raised their offer for the young German midfielder to 90 million euros including variables.
The days go by and the rumours linking Kai Havertz to Chelsea have grown stronger, with Bayer Leverkusen reportedly keen to agree the club's latest proposal.
Manchester United could find themselves facing English rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers in the semi-finals of the Europa League in Germany in August, after Friday's draw for the latter stages of the tournament put the teams on a collision course.
The final eight of this season's Europa League in Germany is set to go ahead behind closed doors after UEFA confirmed Thursday that all matches in European competitions would be played without spectators "until further notice" because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Liverpool sharpshooter Sadio Mane broke the deadlock in a 2-0 English Premier League win over Aston Villa at Anfield by scoring his 20th goal of the season in all competitions.
Robert Lewandowski passed the 50-goal mark this season as Bayern Munich completed the double with a 4-2 victory over Bayer Leverkusen behind closed doors to win a 20th German Cup on Saturday.
Despite not having finished the season, Bayern Munich are already planning for next season. Karl Heinz Rummenigge ruled out the arrival of Havertz, and also the sale of Lucas Hernández, whilst confirming Thiago's exit.
Although Frank Lampard admitted at a press conference that Chelsea have not made any offers to sign Kai Havertz, the Daily Telegraph reports that the club has decided to take action. The striker will be a priority for the blues.
Treble-chasing Bayern Munich are hunting their second title this season in Saturday's German Cup final, a behind-closed-doors showdown that should have been an "absolute highlight" for success-starved Bayer Leverkusen fans.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard confirmed in the pre-match press conference against Manchester City that they have not put in any offers for Kai Havertz of Bayer Leverkusen. The boss said he did not want to talk about players from other clubs.
Kai Havertz reportedly has his preference ahead of the future clear. According to 'Marca', the Bayer Leverkusen player, despite Bayern's insistence in getting him, isn't in a rush: he wants to play at Madrid and will wait as long as it takes until he receives a call from the Bernabéu.
The head of the German football association (DFB) hopes a crowd of up to 1,000 fans could be allowed to watch the national cup final live in July, which would make it the first match in Germany to welcome back spectators.
Kai Havertz is dreaming about playing for Real Madrid. That is what' Sportbuzzer' reports. They also say that Bayer Leverkusen have turned down Real's first bid for him.